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OF 



IMPORTANT PICTURES 

BY 

Old Masters of the Dutch School 



THE PEOPERTY OF THE LATE 



LORD HUNTTNGFIELD 

Removed from Heveningham Hall, Yoxford, Suffolk 

(Sold by Order of the Public Trustee) 

ALSO 

OLD PICTURES 

THE PROPERTY OF A LADY 

The Property of the late 

W. E. DARWIN, ESQ. 

AND FROM NUMEROUS PRIVATE COLLECTIONS AND 
DIFFERENT SOURCES 

WHICH 

Mill be Solfc bp Huctton b£ 

MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS 

AT THEIR GREAT ROOMS 

8 KINO STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUARE 
LONDON 

On FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1915 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PKECISELY 

May be viewed Three Days preceding, and Catalogues had, 
at Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods' Offices, 8 King Street, 
St. James's Square, London, S. W. 



LIBRARY OF THE 

John G. Johnson Collection 

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. THE highest Bidder to be the Buyer ; and if any dispute arise 
between two or more bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re -sold. 

II. No person to advance less than Is. ; above Five Pounds, 5s. ; and 
so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of Lots upon which there is a reserve, the Auctioneer 

shall have the right to bid on behalf of the Seller. 

IV. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, 

and to pay down 5s. in the Pound, or more, in part of payment, 
or the whole of the Purchase-Money, if required \ in default 
of which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put 
up again and re-sold. 

V. The Lots to be taken away -and paid for, whether genuine and 
authentic or not, with all faults and errors of description, at 
the Buyer's expense and risk, within Two Days from the Sale ; 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods not being responsible 
for the correct description, genuineness, or authenticity of, 
or any default or defect in, any Lot, and making no warranty 
whatever. 

"VI. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the 
settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be 
removed during the time of Sale ; and the remainder of the 
Purchase-Money must absolutely be paid on the delivery. 

VII. Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the Money 
deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited ; all Lots un- 
cleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by public or 
private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale 
shall be made good by the defaulter at this Sale. 



CATALOGUE 



On FEIDAY, JUNE 25, 1915 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



The following are Sold by Order of the Executors 
of a LADY, deceased, and hare been removed 
from her country residence. 

PICTURES. 

V,it, t 1 A View on the Thames, with anglers in a punt ; and Caught, 

by de Vletter, 1844 2 

3" ) ~z . {, 2 Scenes from a Play— a set of three 3 

On metal — 24| in. by 17J in. 

BOUCHER SCHOOL. 

*1_q^ % - o 3 Landscapes, with pastoral figures — a pair of overdoors 2 

' 24 in. by 37| in. 

A. COYPEL. 

^ ^ -• / (? - • * ^ Garden Scene, with figures seated round a table 

49 in. by 50J in. 

A 2 



C. W. E. DIETEICY. 



/£~\, /A~, o 5 The Sleeping Shepherdess 

22J i n , by 28J in. 



frq~ 5"-. » 



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R H. DEOUAIS. 

6 The House of Cards 

A boy, in brown dress, playing with a pack of cards 
Oval — 24 in. by 19^ in. 



EAELY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

(. ^ __ *. 7 Portrait of John Bannister, the actor, in grey coat, with 

white stock 

29 in. by 24 in. 

C. D. J. EISEN. 

H^lo ~~ Cf, - ti 8 Boys Sporting in a Landscape 

28 in. by 22J in. 

HOGAETH SCHOOL. 

/ y~ / §**- ^ 9 Portrait of a Lady, in brown dress trimmed with ermine ; 

white lace cap 

35J in. by 27J in. 

HOGAETH SCHOOL. 

/ 3 _ / 3 _ o 10 A Dairymaid, giving drink to a negro-boy 

26f in. by 33£ m. 

J. KOBELL. 

<Q_<g_o 11 A Stream, with cattle ; boys bathing in the background 
' ' On panel — 18J in. by 23| in. 



LAEGILLIERE. 

S^O - ? D 12 PoETEAIT OF THE DUCHESS DE MODENA 

In white silk dress embroidered with gold braid ; blue 
scarf trimmed with ermine ; seated in a gilt chair 
60 in. by 48 in. 

VAN LOO. 

j a _/ a ^ o 13 Poetrait of the Duchess de Beeey, in rich dress 
/ ' 251 i n , by 20J in. 

MIGNAED. 

2_1_- / *- o 14 Poeteait of the Duchess de Loeeaine, in grey embroidered 
dress, with blue cloak. In an oval 
28 in. by 22 in. 



G. MOELAND. 

Edg 
24J in. by 29J in. 



/*?_ ty^ <o 1^ A- Settee at the Edge of a Wood 



J. R NOLLEKENS. 

jijl^o 16 Painting; and Carving— a pair 

Boys in masquerade costumes 
9J m. by 12 in. 



DAYID DE NOTER, 1852. 

g~-fr~o 17 Sealing the Lettee 

On panel — 22 J in. by 19 m. 



PATER. 
S*tf — - 18 A Fete Champetee 

24 J m. by 31 m. 



H. EOBEET. 



//r?_<<~^u 19 Classical Euins, with staircases and figures — a pair 2 

17J m. by 14J m. 



ABEAHAM VAN STEY. 

c^-% _ £-v « 20 The Seasons — a set of four 4 

( Landscapes, with buildings, figures and animals 

29 in. by 24^ in. 

J. VAN STEY. 
J fr ^ ) fr — * 21 The Banks of a Eiver, with cattle and figures 

On panel— 18f m. by 23 J m. 



KATE SWIFT. 



*? _ 2. — o 22 Winding the Skein 

24J m. by 23 in. 



VAN DYCK SCHOOL. 

^ ^ _ / / - b 23 Portraits of Charles I. ; and Henrietta Maria — a pair 

28£ in. by 23 in. 2 

G. VAN VITELLI. 
f u _ / v ~ o 24 Venice 

21| m. by 42^ in. 



^ ~ ^ - ^ 25 Eome 



G. VAN VITELLI. 
21j in. by 42J w. 



G. VAN VITELLI. 
f{j-^3—C? 26 The Arsenal, Naples 

2 If in. by 42^ m. 



G. VAN VITELLI. 
to — 6 _ o 27 Mola di Gaeta, Naples 
21f m. by 42^ •». 

F. ZUCCAEELLI, E.A. 

3*2^ _/ i _ 28 Landscapes, with buildings, figures and animals 

271 fa, by 35| m. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 



DRAWINGS. 



P. LE CAVE. 

-^ _ t_^ _ o 29 Landscapes, with buildings, figures and animals — a pair 2 

7 m. by 9£ in. 



PICTURES. 

E. EAEL. 



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~ f *~>-^ ^ Portrait of Mary, daughter of William Carpenter, Esq., of 

( Aldeby, in Norfolk, in white dress; and Portrait of 

her Brother, William Carpenter, in red dress — a 

pair 2 

Signed, and dated 1779 

47 h in. by 34 J in, 

EAELY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Cj_ _ i^ - o 31 Portrait of Mr. Palmer, in brown coat and pink vest ; 
grey wig 

291 in. by 24^ in. 



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B. WILSON. 

7 "7 — ^ — ^ 32 Portrait of a Gentleman, in green dress, standing before 
' a fireplace ; his wife, in pink, seated by his side holding a 

shuttle 

35 in. by 27 in. 

KNELLEE SCHOOL. 

/ £~„j S~- r> 33 Portrait of a Gentleman, in brown dress, with blue scarf; 
and Portrait of a Lady, in brown dress trimmed with 
ermine — a pair 2 

49 in. by 39 in. 

GANALETTO SCHOOL. 

/ fr~ I fr - o 34 The Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice 

27 in. by 44 \ in. 

SIK J. EEYNOLDS, P.E.A. (After). 

r of Sir Wili 
51 \ in. by 40 in. 



q ^ q _ o 35 Portrait of Sir William Chambers, E.A 



FEENCH SCHOOL. 

?_/-}_£ 36 The Feast of Flora 
' 55 in. by 28 in. 

GUAEDI SCHOOL. 
n — Q — o 37 Islands near Venice, with buildings, gondolas and figures 
* ' — a pair 2 

7 in. by 10 in. 

G. MOELAND. 
C^_ v^ _ o 38 Smugglers 

A sketch in monochrome 

27 in. by 35£ in. 



J. TILLEMANS. 
"^-/^-^ 39 A Mountainous Eiver Scene, with a cavalier and figures 

24^ in. by 29 in. 

SCHOOL OF HIGHMOKE. 

~? _ ^ _ o 40 The Duchess of Bolton, in white dress, seated in a garden 
' ' 22J in. by 18J t». 



KNELLEE SCHOOL. 

// - o ~ & 41 Portrait of a Lady, in green dress, with brown scarf, seated 
holding a crook 
50 in. by 38f in. 

VAN DE VELDE. 

2^ - f i_-to 42 A Frozen Eiver Scene, with buildings and figures 

18 in. by 24J in. 

EAELY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

/_ £ _ 43 Portrait of Katherine Lockman, wife of the Eev. Moses 
Porter, in blue dress 
Oval— 9 in. by 7^ in. 

i 
EOGEE DE LA PASTUEE. 

/(, i ^ «y _q 44 The Crucifixion, with the three Maries and Saint John at 

the foot of the Cross 

On panel — 13| in. by 8£ in. 



BAPTISTE. 
2J^\ «. £ — o 45 Flowers in a Sculptured Vase, on a marble slab 
/ 48 in. by 37 in. 

(JN 25) B 



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KAUFFMAN. 



O __ g^_ u 46 A Lady, in a blue dress, holding a book 

351 in. by 27J in. 



DUTCH SCHOOL. 

j^^ i~z ~o 47 The Interior of a Cathedral, with figures 

On panel — 18 J in. by 24 \ in. 



LAWEENCE SCHOOL. 

/ (j ^ f b - tf 48 A Lady, in white dress, standing in a landscape, leaning on a 
pedestal 

29J in. by 24J m. 

ZUCCHEBO SCHOOL. 

^ j _ / /_ u 49 Portrait of a Gentleman, in black slashed dress, with 
white lace collar and cuffs, holding his sword in his left 
hand 

On panel — 36 in. by 29 in. 

PESNE. 

// __ / 1 r o 50 Portrait of a Nobleman, in blue dress, with red sash, 
wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece 
59J in. by 44 in. 

J. WYNANTS. 

LL.X - u — ° 51 A Woody Landscape, with figures on a sandy road 

63 m. by 48 in. 

BASSANO. 
o 52 The Adoration of the Magi 



' 46| in. by 38!- in. 



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F. SARTORIUS. 
/(^-/i^cj 53 A Racehorse, with jockey up ; and A Coaching Scene 2 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 

o_ /U — ^ 54 A River Scene, with an old building and figures ; and Boats 
in a Breeze 2 

On panel 



SIR A. VAN DYCK (After). 
u __<- _ x? 55 The Repose of the Holy Family, with Angels, by B. 

BlSCAINO 

On panel — 19J in. by 25J in. 



EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
//_// — i? 56 Portrait of Alexander Mackenzie, Esq., of Ross-shire, in 
blue coat, with white stock ; red curtain background 
29£ in. by 24J in. 

KNELLER. 

-5? — :Portrait ut a Lad*, in blue dregs ' with while 1 frilly holding 
.a p e t d og 

d r o in. by 27| in . 



EISEN. 
2. - 2_ — & 58 x\ngels and Cherubs in the Clouds 

In an oval, with painted gilt frame bearing coat-of- 
arms, and with gilt scrolls with Cupids in grisaille 
A decorative panel 



61 \ in. by 34 J in. 



B 2 



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B. E. MUEILLO. 
£-£_ -I o - u 59 The Feast at Cana 

The Saviour is seated, on the right, with other figures 
at a table on which the feast is spread ; with His right hand 
He points to the wine-jars, which are being filled by- 
attendants, one of whom is a negro 
70 in. by 93 in. 

From the Collection of Mr. Askew, of Bedheugh, 1796 
From the Carham Hall Collection 



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MARLOW. 
- o 60 The Bay of Naples 

66J in. by 107 in. 



N. LARGILLIERE. 

ti ^_ — 61 An Equestrian Portrait of a Lord Mayor of London 

In brown coat, with long crimson robe and white 
cravat, wearing the chain, and holding the sword of office 
in his right hand, seated on a white charger, the trappings 
richly mounted with gold ornamentation of arms, rosettes, 
and other devices 

117J in. by 92J in. 



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The following are Sold by Order of the Executor 
of W. E. DARWIN, Esq., deceased, late of 
11 Egerton Place, S.W. 



DRAWING. 



TITIAN (After). 



j? -3 - o 62 The Concert, by A. Falda, 1899 
29i in. by 33 in. 



PICTURES, ' 



SIR T. LAWRENCE, P.R.A. 
/ £ <3 — — 63 Portrait of Mrs. Hutchinson 

In dark dress, with white frills and white head-dress, 
holding in her left hand a riband from which is suspended 
an eye-glass 

28±- in. by 24 in. 

Illustrated in " The Connoisseur" February, *191t 



LORENZO LOTTO. 
>3 _ 2, — o 64 The Judgment of Midas 

A hilly landscape, with Tmolus and Midas deciding in 
the musical contest between Pan and Apollo 

26| in. by 38J in. 



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ALESSANDEO MOEETTO. 

/ £, L — — 65 ^he Annunciation 

The Virgin, in red and green dress, reading from a 
book, while the Archangel Gabriel appears before her 

15 in. by 20§ in. 

Reproduced in " Opera del Moretto," published in 

Brescia, 1898 
Described in Crowe and Cavalcaselle's " History of 

Painting in North Italy, 1871," Vol. 2 



IL TINTOEETTO. 

2, / O ^ — ^6 Portrait of a Venetian Senator 

In crimson velvet robe lined with ermine, over a black 
dress, leaning on a pedestal, holding an astrolabe in his right 
hand 

40 in. by 35J in. 

From the Collection of F. B. Leyland, Esq., 1892 



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The following are the Property of 
LOBD HUN TING FIELD, deceased, and have 
been removed from Heveningham Hall, Yoxford, 
Suffolk. 

(Sold by Order of the Public Trustee.) 

PICTURES. 

L. BACKHUYSEN. 

^ 3 — — 67 The Mouth of a Eiver 

Close to the beach are a man-of-war, a barge and 
small craft ; in the foreground, a cavalier, a lady and other 
figures ; rain clouds on the right 
23 in. by 32J in. 



Z^-.t^a 



I. VAN BEEEESTEAATEN. 
68 A Winter Scene 

A frozen river, with numerous skaters in the fore- 
ground ; on rising ground on the left stands a church and 
other buildings 
30 in. by 46J in. 



C. P. BEGA. 
Uj - <£ _ o 69 A Village Scene 

A group of market figures before a cottage 
On copper — 12^ in. by 15J in. 



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BOEGOGNONE. 
£*-. ^^ to 70 A Cavalry Engagement 
24J in. by 41J in. 



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Q. BREKELENKAM. 
J~"£-/o_o 71 The Interior of an Apartment 

An old woman, with her two children and a maid, seated 
near a fire making pancakes ; a large wooden bed with 
curtains in the background 

On panel — 19| in. by 26f in. 

Q. BREKELENKAM. 
^•^^/o-vo 72 The Interior of a Cottage 

An old man, seated, cleaning fish, and near him stand 
his two children, while, beyond, his wife is seated before 
a fire watching a stew-pan 
On panel — 12 in. by 15| in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1908 

P. BREUGHEL. 
^_ $~ _ to 73 A Landscape, with market figures near a windmill ; and a 
River Scene, with buildings, boats and figures — a pair 2 
On copper- — 4 \ in. by 6| in. 



3! -tu 



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G. OAMPHUYSEN. 
74 Orpheus Charming the Animals 

A youth, in Classical dress, seated on the outskirts of 
a wood, charming by his music the animals gathered about 
him 

44 in. by 65 in. 

B. CANALETTO, 

o 75 A View on the Grand Canal, Venice 

A pile jutting outj into the iwater, near which are five 
gondolas ; figures on the quay in the foreground 
24 in. by 38J in. 



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A. OUYP. 
2y_p _ - 76 A HERDSMAN AND ANIMALS 

A landscape, with two cows and sheep near a tree on 
the left ; a peasant in blue blouse is teasing a goat with 
his crook; in the distance are seen the churches and 
buildings of the town of Leyden 
On panel — 24J in. by 35 in. 



A. OUYP. 
S~/-/S--o 11 A Frozen River 

In the foreground a group of flsherfolk are drawing a 
net from under the ice ; a sportsman with dead game by 
a tall tree on the left ; a sledge and skaters in the distance 
on the right 

On panel — 19 \ in. by 29^ in. 

A. OUYP. 
2.<y-7 -7 u - u 78 Winter at Dordrecht 

A view on the frozen river, with the town and church 
on the right ; in the foreground are numerous figures 
skating and sleighing, conspicuous in the right foreground 
are two horses, a white and a bay, attached to a sleigh 
Signed with initials A. 0. 
On panel — 13 in. by 22J in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1907 

A. OUYP. 

/ £ q - - 79 A Skating Scene 

A frozen river, with a large group of figures, horses, 
and sledges by a jetty on the left ; in the distance are 
skaters and a sportsman shooting at some ducks 

Signed with initials A.C. 

On panel — 13 in. by 22J in. 



A. CUYP. 
(i i, __ z. _ o 80 A Eiver Scene 

Cattle and a dairymaid in the foreground 
On panel — 18 by in. 21 in. 



C. DUSAET. 

£~2^-t& - ° 81 Itinerant Musicians 

An old man with a hurdy-gurdy and a boy with a 
drum playing to a group of peasants before the door of an 
inn 

On panel — 13 in. by 11 J in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1912 



P. F. FEEG. 



/^_/^„o 82 A Hilly Landscape, with figures and boats; and A Forest 

^ene, with 
On copper 



7 ~'7 

Scene, with animals 2 



GEEMAN SCHOOL. 

/6_/6-o 83 Portrait of a Youth, in dark dress with large fur collar; 
black cap 

On panel — 18 in. by 14 \ in. 



GEEMAN SCHOOL. 

. y _ J i^ _ o 84 Portrait of an Old Lady, in brown dress, with white linen 
head-dress 



On panel — 17J in. by 14 in. 



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J. VAN GOYEN. 
frxj*z_~/c?-o85 A VIEW OF LEYDEN 

A view looking across the river, on which are two sail- 
ing-boats laden with figures, and a small row-boat with 
fishermen drawing their net ; in the centre is a group of 
cattle standing in the water ; while on the further bank, 
stretched across the picture, is seen the churches and 
buildings of the town 

Signed with initials, and dated 1648 
On panel — 25f in. by 37 \ in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1910 



J. VAN GOYEN. 
Z^/a — - 86 A Castle on a Kiveb, 

A river scene, with the tower and walls of a castle j seen 
on the right ; two small boats with fishermen drawing 
their net on the left 

Signed with initials, and dated 1643 
On panel — 15 in. by 23J in. 



J. VAN GOYEN. 

2^51 - - 87 A Eiver Scene 

In the foreground is seen, near a small piece of land, 
three fishermen unloading a rowing-boat ; behind them 
appear a church and otber buildings ; in the middle 
distance a sailing-boat with numerous figures ; and other 
boats beyond 

On panel — 15 in. by 23| in. 



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W. VAN HAEGHT. 

# __ — 88 The Infanta Isabella and Albeet, in the Gallery of 
Corn. Van der Geest 

The interior of the gallery of the well-known Antwerp 
Collector, with the visitors seated on the right, Vladislas 
Sigismund de Pologne standing by their side, wearing 
his hat. Among the personages in attendance are the 
Princesse de Croy, the Burgomaster Kockocx of Antwerp, 
and the President Bichardot. Rubens is seen near a 
picture by Quentin Massys, which the proprietor of the 
Gallery is presenting to Their Highnesses. Near by are 
Van Dyck, Jean de Montfort, Gerard Seghers, Jordaens, 
F. Snyders, and a number of others. The Gallery is 
decorated with the Arms of the owner, and with the 
device " Vive l'Esprit " (Geest in Flemish). Several 
important pictures adorn the Gallery 

Signed, and dated 1628 

On panel — 40 in. by 53| in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1907 

Exhibited at the Toisin d'or Exhibition, Bruges, 1907 



H. F. HEERSCHOP. 
3q -/ 9~- o 89 The Alchemist 

The interior of a laboratory, with an alchemist, seated 
at a table before a window, weighing coins ; behind him is 
a youth with a bellows blowing a brazier over which a pot 
is suspended 

Signed, and dated 1665 
On panel — 17 \ in. by 22 in. 



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A. KLOMP. 
$-_£> 90 A Dairy Farm 



Cattle, sheep and goats near a clump of trees ; farm 
buildings in the background 
31} in. by 38 in. 



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A. KLOMP. 



> & __ g- — o 91 A Paem Scene 

Cattle, sheep and goats at rest in a paddock 
29 in. by 37 in. 



SIE P. LELY. 

3-5— _/i/_-o 92 Portrait of Nell Gwynnb, in brown and white dress, with 
blue scarf 

Oval— 24J ^ by 20J m. 



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J. LINGELBAOH. 
93 A Seaport 

A view on the quay, with numerous market-figures 
resting ; in the centre is a statue of Mercury ; shipping 
seen beyond 

Signed, and dated 1667 
33 in. by 44 h in. 



BEN MAESHALL, 1802. 

94 Three Horses at Grass ; and Three Horses in a Stable 
— a pair 2 

39 \ in. by 49 in. 



PH. MERCIER. 
~>3 — /O~o 95 The Toilet 

' A young lady, in flowered brown jacket and white lace 

cap, seated on a sofa adjusting her stocking ; an oval 
portrait of a cavalier hanging on the wall behind 
49 in. by 39 in. 



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H. DE MEYER 

<p _ s~~ v? 96 A View of Scheveningen 

The beach at low tide, with numerous figures watching 
the review of a fleet ; the church and buildings seen 
beyond the sand dunes on the left 

43 in. by 59 J in. 



TH. MICHAU. 
& _ / ^ - o 97 A Village Scene 

The market day in a village, with numerous figures 
and animals ; a pond with ducks on the right 
On panel — 21J in. by 34§ in. 



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J. M. MOLENAER 
98 A Village Wedding 

A crowd of peasants before a rustic house, where the 
bridegroom awaits the coming of the bride 
28J in. by 40£ in. 



A. L. and M. LE NAIN. 

3^_/{T-o 99 A Peasant-Family 

A peasant, with his wife and two children, reposing 
on the outskirts of a wood; a group. -of animals, with a 
castle beyond, on the left 

38J in. by 46 in. 

P. NEEFS. 

2^5"_o_ -O 100 The Interior of a Cathedral 

A priest, with a cavalier, and other figures, by F. 
Frances, in the foreground 
On panel — 18 J in. by 27 in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1912 



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P. NEEFS. 

101 The Interior of a Ohuech 

The nave of a church, with priests and figures by 
F. Feancks 

On panel — 13J in. by 10J m. 

A. VAN DER NEER. 
3^-f °~_o 10 2 A MOONLIGHT SCENE 

On the left bank is seen a church and buildings among 
trees, and in the 'foreground a barge lies at anchor ; on 
the right three peasants are conversing, and beyond a 
building is seen through the trees ; ? the moon is shining 
through a cloudy sky 

Signed with monogram, and dated 1646 

On panel — 33 in. by 48 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington Souse, 1908 



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A. VAN DER NEER. 

103 A Canal Scene, Amsterdam 

Numerous figures on the ice in the foreground 
15J in. by 22 in. 



ORIZONTE. 

h _ (a — o 104 A Hilly Landscape, with Classical figures in the foreground 
28J m. by 38i m. 

A. VAN OSTADB. 
2j>*> - — - 105 A TAVERN INTERIOR 



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In the front of the room, before a blue curtain, two 
boors are seated at a wooden stool conversing with a 
friend who stands beside them ; in the background, near 
a window, a woman is seen selling tobacco to a peasant 
who is seated 

Signed, and dated 1671 

On panel — 17 J in. by 14J in. 



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A. VAX OSTADE. 

3 9 <j - — 106 SMOKERS 

The interior of a tavern, with five boors conversing and 
drinking ; a woman nursing a baby in the background 
On panel — 14J in. by 13^ in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1907 

G. J. PALTHE, : 1735. 
_ G _ 107 A Mischieyous^Boy ; and Boys with a Candle — a pair 

On panel — 12J in. by 10\ in. 2 



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RAFFAELLE -i After). 

10S The Madonna of Francis I. 
79 in. by 53J in. 

S. VAN EUYSDAEL. 

^c^o 109 A RIVER SCENE 

A wide river flowing across the foreground, with a 
village and iofty square tower on the right; a sailing- 
barge with numerous figures, and various other craft, on 
the left ; other boats along side of the quay 

Signed with initials, and dated 1647 

On panel — 26 in. by 44^ in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1908 

S. VAX EUYSDAEL. 

5-2L5"- — 110 A RIVER SCEXE 

In front are some fishermen drawing a net, and two 
sailing-boats ; on the left bank some cottages and an old 
church among trees 

ned with initials, and dated 1647 
On panel— 20^ in. by 32J in.] 



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D. EYCKAEET. 

/£"-/ ' F-o 111 The Interior of a Tavern 

■ A group of boors smoking and drinking 
23J in. by 36| in. 

SCHALCKEX. 

3__ 3 -'J 112 A Girl, at a window; and Two Boors, conversing — on 
copper 2 

SCHIAYONE. 
$~_ [—__ a 113 The Eepose of the Holy Family 
On panel — 11 \ in. by 15 J in. 

JAN STBBN. 

3JS~ - - 114 THE WEDDING PARTY 

The interior of an apartment, decorated for the occasion ; 
on the right the bride and bridegroom attended by their 
friends enter at the door ; a musician standing on a tub 
plays an ah' on a fiddle ; the guests are assembled round 
a table on the left 

On panel — 21 \ in. by 28 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1907 

D. TBNIEBS. 

2jo - — 115 Festive Boors 

Three peasants smoking and drinking near a barrelled 
table ; on the left is a dog, and beyond are two boors 
conversing before a fire 

17J in. by 23^ in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1907 



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D. TENIEES. 



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116 A Landscape 






A group of peasants at a repast in the foreground ; a 
farm in the middle distance, and a church among trees 
on the right ; a river with boats on the left 

On panel — 19J in. by 25 in. 



D. TENIEES. 



/5TL/S-: _o 117 Books before a Cottage: Moonlight 

On panel — 6| in. by 8J m. 



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CONSTANTINE TEEBUEG. 

118 A Lady Peeling an Apple 

A lady, in yellow bodice and grey skirt, seated by a 
table on which is a dish of fruit, peeling an apple ; a 
child stands behind looking up 

On panel — 14 in. by 11 j in. 

G. VAN TILBOEOH. 

119 The Courtyard of a Castle 

Numerous groups of officers and soldiers refreshing 
and card-playing, a sentinel on a tower above 
33 in. by 46f in. 

G. VAN TILBOECH. 

120 A Village Feast 

A company of peasants and children seated before an 
inn, merrymaking 

Signed, and dated 1659 
28| in. by 35 in. 



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D. VAN TOL. 
i li__ f u ^ o 121 An Old Lady, reading a book ; and A Philosopher, 
sharpening a quill pen — a pair 2 

12f in. by 10J m. 

TOORENVLIET. 

2.3 -*z_ -o 122 A Studio, with an artist painting from life 

On panel — 11 J in. by 8 in. 



H. VERNET. 
§^_2_,-o 123 A Rocky Bay Scene 

On the left a group of market figures on a quay, off 
which is a boat ; beyond is seen a lighthouse ; in the 
foreground a fisherman, a woman and a child 
Signed, and dated 1768 
47J in. by 66| in. 

H. VERNET. 

,q £~ _ _ 124 Sunrise ; and Sunset — a pair 2 

Bay scenes, with buildings, shipping and figures 
25 in. by 39 in. 

LEONARDO DA VINCI (After). 

grq _ $—_ o 125 La Vierge aux Rochers 
/ On panel — 64^ in. by 44J in. 

S. DE VLIEGER. 

/-g _ _ 126 The Mouth of a River 

A man-of-war firing a salute ; other Dutch craft and 
a small row-boat with figures in the foreground ; a town 
in the distance ; blue sky with clouds 

38 \ in. by 53.^ in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1903 



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S. DE VLIEGEE. 
£""2^ -y-0 — d 127 The Beach at Scheveningen 

A scene at low tide with two horsemen, and numerous 
fisherfolk 

On -panel — 22J in. by 34 J in. 

S. DE VLIEGEE. 

Ca1^~ - 128 The Mouth of a Eiver 

Sailing-boats, men-of-war and small craft in front 
On panel — 16 in. by 21^ in. 

H. C. VAN DEE VLIET. 

/ o 5~ — — 129 The Interior of a Cathedral 

The nave of the church, with a minister conversing with 
a gravedigger ; a cavalier, with his dog, on the right ; 
children and other figures on the left 

43 in. by 50 in. 

SIE D. WILKIE, E.A. (After). 

(i ^ f v^ — G 130 Blindman's Buff ; and The Blind Fiddler — a pair 2 

13J in. by 16J in. 

P. WOUVEEMAN. 

i^Z - /v—o 131 The Eeturn from the Chase 

A large company of cavaliers, ladies, with their atten- 
dants and horses at the entrance to a chateau 

On panel — 19 in. by 26 in. 



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J. WYNANTS. 

2^1 — — 132 A Landscape, with a horseman and figures on a sandy road 

On panel — 5 J in. by 7J in. 

F. ZUOOAEELLI, R.A. 

3" / ^ / o - e 133 Nymphs Bathing 

A woody landscape, with Nymphs at a stream 

26f tro. by 40 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1907 

P. ZUOOAEELLI, R.A. 

20- h — o 134 A Landscape 

' Figures and cattle by a pool 

26J in. by 40 in. 



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